Thursday, July 08, 2004
Uh, let's see. George W Bush was Governor for 6 years in a state with the weakest governorship in the nation. His political experience before that came from whipping the religious right into a fervor for his dad, and funding cocaine cartels with his habit. John Edwards spent 6 years in the senate gaining valuable knowledge on the judiciary and intellegence committees, and is now running for a job that includes President Pro Tem of the Senate. Sounds to me like Edwards has more experience than the current occupant of the White House did before he moved in. So, when you go rattling off about "no foreign policy credentials," maybe you should mention W's shortfall in the next sentence.
But, then, fairness really isn't your agenda, is it?